Comparison of Different Approaches of Manufacturing Process Optimization
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There are many process variables, which more or less influence quality of a manufacturing process, and there are many parameters of a product, which constitute its quality. The control of variables of a manufacturing process for achievement of requested quality of a final product is a multi-parametric task. It is paid great effort to find such the way, which might lead to the most rapid solution. The use of full factorial experiments, fractional factorial experiments and Taguchi approach were compared from the point of view of number of experiments requested. It was found that the Taguchi orthogonal arrays are the most efficient method for higher number of process factors and that the full factorial experiments request the highest number of experiments from all methods under test.
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